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README.md

  IRISreader

The IRISreader library provides functionality to read IRIS level 2 data by the IRIS satellite and to process it for big data applications. IRISreader works best with a Jupyter notebook.

If you came here to look for something that provides a good python replacement for IDL code and is well-integrated into SunPy, have a look at IRISpy.

Warning:

IRISreader is currently under heavy development and not yet available in a stable version. Documentation is available but might not reflect the newest additions.

Installation

To install the latest stable release from pypi, run

pip install irisreader

To install the current development version, clone the repository

git clone https://github.com/i4Ds/IRISreader.git

and run

sudo python3 setup.py install

to install the library.

To test it go to the Python console, cd to the IRISreader directory and run:

from irisreader.data import sample_sji
sji_data = sample_sji()
sji_data.plot(0)

Documentation

The documentation is available here.

Contact

For questions, suggestions and feedback please contact me via email.

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